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Title:
American Woolen Co Damaged by Flood
Town:
Winooski
County:
Chittenden
State:
Vermont
Date:
1927
Description:
This historic photograph documents the flood of 1927 wreaking havoc in Winooski. Just beyond the surging waters of the Winooski River, one can see the American Woolen Co. devastated by the flood. Water can be seen pouring out of the windows on the lower level. A few leafless deciduous trees can be seen in front of the building. A water tower and smokestack are visible behind the building. Writing on the front of the image reads: AM WOOLEN CO WINOOSKI VT Photo by H. Kurilchyk
Filename:
LS12997_000.jpg
Size:
3054 x 1824 pixels; 1443767 bytes
Original Filename:
FM107.jpg
GPS Location:
44.48854 N latitude, 73.18678 W longitude
Original Metadata:
AM WOOLEN CO WINOOSKI VT
Keywords:
Autumn; Building,Brick; Buildings; Cities and towns; Concrete dams; Culture; Dams; Factories; Flood damage; Floods; Geology; Human Constructs; Industrial buildings; Landforms; Landscapes; Nature; Rivers; Season; Surface Processes; Textile factories; Time;
Source:
University of Vermont, Fleming Museum, Burlington and Winooski: The Evolution of our Built Environment
Photographer:
H. Kurilchyk
Submitted By:
Ashley Hogan
Submitted On:
2008-03-12
Original Media:
Photograph
Scanning/Digitization/Creation Notes:
Canon LIDE 60, Mac OS X 10.4.10
Image Scanned By:
Ashley Hogan
Catalogue Information:
Louis McAllister Collection, Burlington Street Dep.
Times viewed:
7569
Title:
Winooski large mill
Town:
Winooski
County:
Chittenden
State:
Vermont
Date:
2008-04
Description:
This is a photograph of one of the mills in Winooski. It was taken from the road/bridge that crosses over the river. The picture shows a mill building that stretches the length of the photograph and is dark red brick. It looks almost like a split level building, each section having three rows of about 15 windows. The windows seemed to be lined in a dark green color. The river is not very high and it looks like there is a small fence differentiating the river and the beginning of the mill. If you look closely in the front of the picture you can see the beginning of the waterfall. The left side of the picture is covered by a tree that has just begun to get its leaves. In the top right of the picture you can see a building behind the mill. The picture looks like it was taken on a partly cloudy day. Note debris in river from spring snow melt flooding. Clearly this picture is different from the original because it was not taken during a flood. Secondly, it appears as though it was taken from a little further down from the waterfall which is no longer possible due to traffic patterns. Finally, in the original there is a water tower behind the mill but in this picture there is a smoke stack.
Filename:
LS12997_001.jpg
Size:
3072 x 2304 pixels; 1648700 bytes
Original Filename:
IMG_0722.JPG
GPS Location:
44.48854 N latitude, 73.18678 W longitude
Keywords:
Earth Materials; Boulders; Buildings; Central business districts; Change; Chimneys; Cities and town--Growth; Cities and towns; City trees; Clothing factories; Commercial buildings; Concrete dams; Culture; Dams; Deciduous; Earth Materials; Excavation; Factories; Floodplains; Forests and Plants; Geology; Hedges; Human Constructs; Landforms; Landscapes; Living Things; Men; Nature; People; Plants; Retaining walls; Riparian plants; Rivers; Roads; Roads,Paved; Roads--Guard fences; Rocks; Season; Sediments (Geology); Shrubs; Sidewalks; Spring; Stone walls; Stone walls and Fences; Streets; Textile factories; Time; Tree planting; Trees; Waterfalls; Women;
Source:
Elyse Stiner
Photographer:
Elyse Stiner
Submitted By:
Elyse Stiner
Submitted On:
2008-04-28
Original Media:
Digital Photograph
Times viewed:
3380
This image is found in 1 Associated Image collection
Bridge Connecting Burlington and Winooski : There are 11 images in this collection. Click here to see all
LS12992
Bridge Connecting Burlington and Winooski
Burlington,
1929
LS12993
Mill Damaged by Flood
Winooski,
1928
LS12994
Winooski River Flooding
Burlington,
1927
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